As the COVID-19 pandemic has stretched into the Christmas season, many have adapted, or downsized, their plans to celebrate. We asked area residents how their Christmas celebrations will be different this year.
The total number of coronavirus cases in Mississippi surpassed 200,000 Wednesday, two days before the Christmas holiday when health officials said they expect a spike due to social gatherings.
Scott Reed was in ninth grade when he began making a little extra money as a delivery guy for a West Point flower shop.
COVID-19 cases continue to surge around the country, so this year’s holiday season may be quieter than usual. Gone are the guests, but there are still plenty of seasonal things that can be troublesome for your pets. Human holiday traditions such as food, decorations and plants that may seem harmless can be dangerous and even life-threatening to dogs and cats.
Before the 1800s Christmas was a mostly religious celebration. Then in 1823, Clement Clarke Moore’s poem “A Visit from St. Nicholas” was published.
After a Tupelo family’s house burned down last year, the mother heard from the local Salvation Army that her children could still get toys for Christmas, even if she would have to drive to Starkville to pick them up.
With Christmas fast approaching, it is interesting to consider the traditional foods of a Christmas meal. They may not all be what you think.
All three cities in the Golden Triangle are discouraging residents from gathering in large groups due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic — including by canceling annual holiday events or adapting them to go on without crowds.